Buyers snap up tower dream
Totalling more than $40 million since opening its sales centre in February, Mark on 10th has just sold over half of its units.
The $100-million downtown apartment condo tower at the corner of 10th Avenue and 8th Street S.W. will have 274 homes. To date, it has sold 140 oneand two-bedroom condos.
“We knew Mark’s location and amenities would be popular, but results have exceeded expectations,” says Parham Mahboubi, vice-president of marketing and new developments for developer Qualex Landmark in a news release.
“We sold 30 more suites than we thought we would at this point. Interestingly, many of our homebuyers equally ranked great views as they did the outstanding rooftop amenities as reasons for buying.”
The 35-storey building’s luxury rooftop lounge and fitness centre puts the social sphere right at the top.
As well, Mark on 10th will feature a commission by world-renowned Canadian artist and author Douglas Coupland.
General contractor ITC has begun construction on the site, starting with excavating and shoring. Construction is expected to be completed in the fall of 2015.
Mark on 10th is a mixed-use highrise tower designed by Rafii Architects in partnership with BKDI Architects Inc., Trepp Design Inc. interior design and Durante-Kreuk Landscape Architects.
Condos at Mark on 10th start in the low $200,000s.
An artist’s rendering of the rooftop lounge in the development.